4 important things to know about FAU-G ahead of its Republic Day launch
We still don’t have anything positive to share with you about PUBG Mobile India as far as a potential launch date is concerned, but for what it’s worth, FAU-G is all set for a Republic Day launch.
And there seems to be ample excitement about it, make no mistake. According to reports, FAU-G raked up four million pre-registrations on the Google Play Store and a huge number of them are from low-end devices.
Also, 20% of FAU-G’s earnings will be going into the Bharat Ke Veer trust fund. This trust fund collects donations that are given directly to the next of kin of those who have laid down their lives on the line of duty.
The first episode of the game is going to be based on the recent Galwan Valley incident and FAU-G as a game is also going to be a little different from its primary rival - PUBG Mobile.
Now, before the game launches, here are four important things that you need to know:
Not a battle royale
FAU-G is not a Battle Royale game, unlike PUBG Mobile. The game is going to focus more on the storyline than the weapons itself and the gaming mode. That said, battle royale might be one of the modes that FAU-G adds later.
Only on Android for now
FAU-G is launching on the Google Play Store for now, there is no iOS version yet. But interested iPhone users don’t need to worry, the game will come to the App Store later this year. Makers nCore Games has not given us a date for that yet.
FAU-G Lite soon
Like rival PUBG Mobile, nCore is also going to come up with the FAU-G Lite version soon. The version of the game that launches on January 26 will be primarily for the mid to high-end smartphones. If the developers witness a demand for a liter version, they are going to push it out over the next few months.
More gaming modes incoming
Like we’ve just said, battle royale might be one of the modes that FAU-G might get. The game is going to get several new gaming modes over the next few months via OTA updates. Also, nCore founder Vishal Gondal has assured that all user data will be stored and hosted in India, unlike PUBG Mobile.